Daily Archives: August 19, 2018

When Speaking to a Unicorn- Kindra M. Austin and Stephen Fuller

Reblogged from Sudden Denouement: Once upon a time, I asked a unicorn to dance Seemed lonely in the field Eating rainbow spelt And candied corn A whisper snuck into my ear, A wistful breeze Had been searching Ever since the … Continue reading

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An extract from Nine Lives by Jaye Marie

Reblogged from Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie: Chapter Fifteen Later that evening, as Kate was sorting through her painting supplies to decide what she needed to stock up on, she thought she heard a child crying. She often heard all … Continue reading

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The little fish who swam

There has been a sick fish in my son’s pond for months now. At one point, there were two of them, floating belly up, side by side, and sporting ugly ulcers. They were so ill that we had even been … Continue reading

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Jungle #midnighthaiku

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